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, and charlton during the system and charlie's written house is now been arrested of possession explosives and is being questioned on the death of the women. police found him living on the property were his wife and his wife's friend were found. >> with a team coverage and christine connolly is light and hercules. we will begin with dan kerman and vallejo were the bodies of two women were discovered. >> that is right, pam. one was find out some of the house and right now vallejo police, we just had a police conference one hour ago. they're still trying to put the pieces together. they have two different investigations going on. and who killed those two women? and also, water rather chemicals found in this house to make explosives. what were their chemicals were short >> autopsies are under way, free to allen in carole smart. if they're badly decomposed body, we tarita allen her >> we're still trying to figure out if would churls written hearse's what his >> charles rittenhouse is in jail for the possession of explosive chemicals. >> the bodies were found with these explosive chemicals. >>
! >> couric: who can forget charlton heston's portrayal of moses leading the israel lights out of slavery in egypt by parting the read sea. new research suggests that could have happened naturally-- not in the red sea but delta. scientists have developed a computer model showing a 60 miles an hour wind blowing from the east could actually push back enough water to create a dry passage. and coming up next, she's leading the battle over vicksburg-- a battle of the bulge. want to transform dinner from blah to oh la la? cook with campbell's. with touches like a splash of fresh cream or sauterne wine. our soups help you put smiles on the faces of the ones you love. campbell's.® it's amazing what soup can do.™ [ male announcer ] ever have morning pain slow you down? introducing bayer am, an extra strength pain reliever with alertness aid to fight fatigue. so get up and get goin'! with new bayer am. the morning pain reliever. with new bayer am. words alone aren't enough. our job is to listen and find ways to help workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. we'll keep restoring t
that charlton heston held in "the 10 commandments" are also to be auctioned off. >>> i was honored to emcee the luncheon today for the congressional black caucus foundation which was established in 1971. their mission was to help the black community develop leaders and educate the public. several founding members were present for the luncheon. >>> let's see what is coming up on news at 6:00. >> maureen bunyan is joining us. >>> the world's biggest airline -- the new merger was approved today. we will have the latest. a plot against the pope? six men are in custody in london. the potential threat they may have posed. those stories are coming up at 6:00. >>> a check on the weather. tonight is another great night. with dougheck in hill. >> it looks like a could be a great weekend. anything this weekend -- clear skies during the day and at night. the satellite is looking down at southern mexico. it does not give us a lot of detail. south of mexico city, hurricane karl. the top winds are below 90 miles per hour. the big story will be the flooding. we have heard that it will make headlines over t
is going on, sore loser candidates. >> they've maybe taken charlton heston's favorite statement you can have this seat in the senate when you pry it from my cold dead fingers. i've never seen people who are totally tone-deaf to their voters. i love what lisa murkowski said. i think the world of the family -- >> sean: forget that part, i don't care. >> she came out and said i want the people to have a choice. i wanted to say they did have a choice. you lost, leave the stage it is over. here's what is worst. the republican leadership going to strip her of her chairmanship and chickened out. why? >> sean: you think that's an indicator even though they -- first of all, what did you think of the pledge? a lot of conservatives have expressed this fear to me. republicans get back in power, they run as strong conservatives. they have a great preamble talking about first principles, roll up government, constitution, declaration. and then they get in power and what, do they change? >> they better not. because they will will have a two year opportunity. i think the pledge was good, but it would ha
. >> first we have the ten commandments from the movie. >> charlton heston held them, millions watched. there they are. >> they put them on -- what is this? >> real imitation stone. >> then we ve a bracelet elvis presley re for a long time. fans would be farm with this. >> elvis wore a lot of jewelry. often he would wear a necklace for a day and give it away to a fan. this particular i.d. bracelet he wore from 1963 on. graved to him from sam. could be sam philips. he wore it right through his career. every elvis fan knows this. it's come from ginger alden, elvis's beautiful fiance at the time of his death. >> do you know what they would go for? >> it's an iconic object. hard to say. >> next item is a dollar bill, but not just any dollar bill. >> no. this is a proof of the first paper dollar bill. there you have it. before then it was all metal. here we have a paper dollar proof. >> what is the date? >> 1862. >> we haveeen talking about the nose from the statue of liberty. i didn't know she was missing her nose. what's the back story? >> 1983 the statue underwent an extensive restoratio
? i imagine you'd adop the charlton heston attitude about it. you can have this heisman back when you take it out of my cold dead hand. reggie bush didn't ato the that attitude. rather he's giving his heisman back voluntarily, the first thing that's ever happened. after an amazing 2005 year at usc he won the highest percentage of first place heisman votes ever. bush who is now with the new orleans saints says he's forfeiting the award because of media speculation regarding allegations dating back to his years at usc. if you're not up on this story here, not aware of what's going on a ncaa investigation found that bush and his family got hundreds of thousands of dollars in benefits from agents while he was in school. that's a big ncaa no-no. the heisman trust was investigating as well. but before they were able to possibly strip reggie of the award, he beat them to the punch and forfets it. one of the few criteria for getting the heisman is you have to be in compliance with ncaa rules to be eligible for the award so technically he wasn't in compliance so technically he wasn't eligible
. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >> of course, everybody remembers that scene, charlton heston splitting the red sea in two. hard to believe some guy now saying science may actually have played a role, it may really have occurred. >> a pretty believable ration nat also. you'll have to stick around to see that one. >> good tease. good morning, i'm rob nelson. >> i'm vinita nair. >>> president obama is here in new york this morning to give a major speech to a global audience. >> speaking at the united nations, the president plans to address middle east peace as well as nuclear threats from both iran and north korea. karen traverse has a preview. good morning, karen. >> president obama will address the united nations general assembly today. and his speech will be quite different from last year's. in that first address to the gathering of world leaders, mr. obama outlined his vision for a new kind of american foreign policy. >> we have sought in word and deed a new era of engagement with the world. and now is the time for all of us to take our share of responsibility for a global r
west coast newsroom. you mean more proof than actually seeing charlton heston do it on camera. >> reporter: the special effects were amazing in those days, megyn, you have to admit. no matter what your religious beliefs are this is a fascinating theory. in the old testament it says that god through moses parted the red sea allowing the israe israelites to come through. they now say it may not be the red sea, it may be further down the mediterranean where the nile meets this coastal lagoon, they say it could have been a weather phenomenon called wind set down. the wind goes 63 miles an hour for 12 hours and it pushes all the water out. the wind would do that for 12 hours, after a period of time the wind would stop, and the water would come back, that's what they believe happened in this case. now it would back up the accuracy, right of the old testament, the problem is it would cass some doubt on the whole theory of devine intervention, but they are saying that maybe after all the israeli teues weren't the chosen ones, they were the lucky ones that got the perfect weather at th
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